Thanks so much for this program. Even though I now have a DS, this program allows me to reboot remotely when I have to. That comes in handy because the back of my DS is difficult to access. I also tried 1.3 but my virus checker, Norton, won’t allow it to run.
Since I removed ALL 3th party software, it’s only MY code compiled and linked and packed in MS Visual Studio.
There is NO any kind of virus, malware or spyware in this app.
The software heavily co-worked with NET device(s) and antivirus S/W doesn’t like it.
Please click IGNORE (or “NOT Virus” or whatever) button, if you want to continue using this program. It’s 100% safe !
amsco15 said Even though I now have a DS.I don't see enough interest in what I have been doing, to find the time and the unit to add support for DS.
I think the trouble (at least in my case) is that people nowadays expect a graphical interface like what you find on IOS devices.
There was an initiative made a while ago that should look at an implementation into Roomie, but it just seemed to crumble away.
If such a solution would cost me several hundred $ I would buy it at a blink of an eye with no hesitation whatsoever (but that’s me).
Can you repost the control software? The earlier links seem to have gone dead.
Thanks for your work on this!
Thanks. I think the site was just down the day I tried.
Valer Valer, any chance of a new version that works with Bridge II? I think it would be much appreciated and that people would be willing to pay for it… for me, just the ability to change inputs via the LAN would be a huge convenience.
No this won’t work for BridgeII. The BridgeII does not support the needed extension commands. The Bridge I had embedded upnp commands for the DAC, like inputs. Which I can not add to the BridgeII
Oh well. It would have been nice, but I still like Bridge II a whole lot more than Bridge I. Dennis, any chance this capability can be added to the new pre?
Maybe, but not likely.
Sad news …
Where is Paul ? Maybe we can ask him to give a little more attention to the new bridge …
I have only seen one company so far make a fully app-controllable (integrated) amp, and inexplicably they decided to do it with bluetooth rather than wifi, which would likely render it useless to me b/c of range issues. Not sure what they were thinking there. But it seems to me that this is an inevitable evolution…wife can be sitting upstairs, decide she wants to listen to the tuner, and just fire up her app on the phone to switch inputs. Not a big deal and certainly not a showstopper if we don’t have it but it would be a nice feature, imho. I wouldn’t pay an extra $1k for it, in any event…
Valer Valer said Sad news .. Where is Paul ? Maybe we can ask him to give a little more attention to the new bridge ...I am here. And we've paid plenty of attention – though there are limitations as Dennis points out. Limitations we can do little about. I agree, it would have been great. We have to pick our options within a framework we can deal with.
As an observation only, not a criticism, I find fascinating how so many desire full remote control over everything - TV, audio, home HVAC, lighting, as well as fight for the closest parking spot at the gym so they need not walk any further than necessary.
Not only do I not mind getting up, I much prefer the feel of a deliciously well-designed volume control over pushing a cheap membrane switch button.
Elk, you neglected to mention “wife” in the short list above.